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in the world and he will be viewed as a great visionary >> jon: full throated defense of the value of democracy >> the meade cora and our government, democracy. this is a good thing. and i'm sitting here saying, all right. what is going to take over? it was obviously the muslim brotherhood was the only group that had any political clout. >> jon: young not as fat you. all right. i guess you can't just let people depots their own dictators in the name of democracy. >> we have at least some hope for peace in the middle east and democracy. certainly better than what they have. >> jon: i got to tell you something. i love it when that conservative patriot guy pulls on that naive leftist deutch bag. what's the name of that show in hannity and takes the opposite position the younger hannity. it's a great show. that's great television. now listen to me, we could go all night. we could go all night bringing up examples of pundits on the right who couldn't do enough to promote democracy in the middle east as long as it was done at the end of george bush's jaunt. as middle eastern countries choose leaders
simulation to keep yourself in a constant state of anxiety... and wait a minute, and the defense department and nasa and they all put money in there together and the university of central florida has 63,000 students, they feed them in. why are they doing that? because when they work together, they are so much more powerful than when they sit around and fight all the time. what is the result, 100 new computer simulation companies. that is what is working in america today. look, this economics is not ideology. it's hard work. and it's seeing what the competition is doing. analyzing the alternative. >> jon: results oriented, merit its oriented. >> and keeping score, that is what america needs, we need to gent the show on the road here and stop all this kind of mindless and fighting. (cheers and applause) >> jon: ladies and gentlemen, president bill clinton, we'll be right back. captioning sponsored by comedy central captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org >> jon: that's our show, everybody, by the way, anything that was edited out of the president clinton interview that we coul
's romney making a defense of his low personal tax rate two months ago. >> my view is i have paid all the taxes required by law. i don't pay more than are legally due. and, frankly, if i had paid more than are legally due i don't think i'd be qualified to become president. >> jon: i mean, heck, if i overpaid my taxes who knows what else i'd overdo. instead of pardoning one turkey, i may pardon all the turkeys. (laughter) so anyhow, paying more than the legally required amount of taxes would disqualify one from the presidency. that was two months ago. flash to this weekend. >> according to that 2011 return, romney donated $4 million to charity but only claimed a deduction of $2.25 million. he reduced his deduction and in essence paid more in taxes, the campaign said, to conform to his earlier estimate that he paid a 13% rate in 2011. >> jon: oh, charlie-- (laughter). oh, charlie. oh, charlie, you're fading on us, charlie! first we lost algernon and now you, charlie? (laughter) the election's around the corner and you can no longer complete a maze that just months earlier you designed y
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